Celebrate the natural and iconic beauty of Colonial Williamsburg’s Compton Oak Tree with this t-shirt featuring an original illustration. These lightweight and quick-drying garments are made with a minimum of 6.5 plastic bottles each, helping to eliminate waste and conserve natural resources.
- Made of 60% Cotton / 40% Recycled Polyester
- Lightweight, quick-drying fabric with a soft jersey feel
- Art Designed by Heather Hufton
- Adult Unisex sizing and fit
- Williamsburg Exclusive!
- Made in India
Hand or machine wash in cold water. Iron on low if needed. Tumble dry on low or air dry for best results. Do not dry clean or bleach.
The iconic Compton Oak Tree is a natural hybrid between the live oak (Quercus virginiana) and overcup oak (Quercus lyrata). The specimen at Colonial Williamsburg is a state champion big tree, measuring over 70 feet tall and 97 feet wide, with a trunk circumference of 14 feet, thought to be the largest of its kind in the country. According to local legend, C. Justus Brouwers, the first landscape superintendent for The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, transplanted the young tree to Williamsburg around Colonial Williamsburg's Restoration, probably sometime between 1932 and 1936.
Read more about the Compton Oak Tree in the article, A Tall Treasure from Trend and Tradition magazine.